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G.I. Joe Accessory Guide: Medium-Length Firearms

This page contains guns from 37 mm to 56 mm, sorted by approximate length. This includes a few of the larger pistols as well as handheld machine guns, many submachine guns, assault rifles, laser rifles and similar futuristic weapons, spearguns, shotguns, carbines, sniper rifles, grenade launchers, and battle rifles in general. Excluded are bazookas, flamethrowers, and other "gunlike" weapons, as well as machine guns that sit on tripods. Please note that the toys are often modified from real life or only loosely based on the weapon types listed and linked below.

 

This experimental ground-to-air pistol was released:
  • in silver with Knockdown, on the 1987 Battle Force 2000 card as well as his reissue in the 1988 two-pack with Dodger.
  • in black with Tunnel Rat, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
This grenade launcher pistol was released:
  • in dark green with Ambush, the original version on the 1990 single card.
  • in black with Space Shot, on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in black with Side Track, the Ambush recolor in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Duke.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the blue Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Duke.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the black Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Duke.
  • in black with Heavy Water, the green version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Heavy Duty.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the blue O-ring version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Baroness, the comic version in the 2004 Marvel #1 three-pack.
  • in silver with Baroness, in the 2005 Imperial Procession six-pack.
  • in brown-grey (+Sound Attack tab) with Neo-Viper, the grey version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Wild Bill.
  • in brown-grey (+Sound Attack tab) with Neo-Viper, the blue O-ring version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Neo-Viper Commander.
  • in brown-grey (+Sound Attack tab) with Neo-Viper, the Walmart version in the 2004 two-pack with Gung-Ho.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in gold with Cobra Commander, the glider version on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
  • in gold with Hawk, the brown-jacket version reissued by mail in 1992.
This "Colt .46 side arm" was released:
  • in red-brown with Wild Bill, the black-pants version on the 1992 Wave 2 single card as well as his reissue on 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in red-brown with Wild Bill, the white-pants version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
This sawed-off shotgun was released:
  • in black with Headhunter, the original version on the 1992 single card.
  • in black with Headhunter, the green-trim version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
This XM-76 grenade launcher was released:
  • in black with Gung-Ho, the original version on the 1983 single card.
  • in black with Gung-Ho, the brown version with the Slugger released in 1997.
  • in light grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #2, released in 1984.
  • in silver with Starduster, the original version offered by mail in 1987 and later years.
This rifle was released:
  • in black (open-middle) with Toxo-Viper, the original version on the 1988 single card.
  • in black with Crimson Guard Commander, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Swamp-Viper, in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
  • in black with Black Dragon Trooper, in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
  • in silver with Cobra Commander, the black hooded version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in silver with Cyber-Viper, on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in red with Eel, the purple version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in neon yellow with Mega-Viper, on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
This EM-4 assault rifle was released:
  • in black with Crazylegs, the original version on the 1987 single card.
  • in black with Crazylegs, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Outback.
This speargun was released:
  • in dark grey with Decimator, with the Hammerhead released in 1990.
This pistol was released:
  • in dark gold with Major Storm, the original version with the General released in 1990.
  • in gold with Major Storm, the jungle camo version in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
This Milkor MGL grenade launcher was released:
  • in black with Dr. Link Talbot, the green version in the 2005 Wave 7 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
  • in black with Chuckles, the sleeveless version in the 2007 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Shipwreck.
This laser rifle was released:
  • in dark green with Tomax, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #36 1/2 two-pack with Xamot.
  • in dark green with Xamot, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #36 1/2 two-pack with Tomax.
  • in brown with Cobra Trooper, the white straps version in the 2008 The M.A.S.S. Device DVD pack.
  • in black with Cobra Pilot, with the Cobra F.A.N.G./Cobra C.L.A.W. vehicle set released in 2008.
  • in graphite with Flint, the Cobra disguise version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
  • in graphite with Cobra Paratrooper, in the 2008 G.I. Joe: The Movie DVD pack.
This pistol was released:
  • in black with Tomax, the original version in the 1985 Crimson Guard Commanders two-pack with Xamot, as well as his reissue by mail.
  • in black with Xamot, the original version in the 1985 Crimson Guard Commanders two-pack with Tomax, as well as his reissue by mail.
  • in black with Tomax, in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Xamot.
  • in black with Tomax, in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Tomax.
  • in black with Cobra Alley Viper, the light blue version in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Big Ben.
  • in black with Big Brawler, in the 2003 Tiger Force five-pack (both red and black hair variants).
  • in black with Short-Fuze, in the 2004 Night Force six-pack.
  • in black with Action Man, in the 2004 Night Force six-pack.
  • in black with Beachhead, in the 2004 Night Force six-pack, as well as his reissue with the G.I. Joe Moray released in 2005.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the comic hooded version in the 2004 Marvel #1 comic three-pack.
  • in black with Cobra Alley Viper, the black version in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
  • in graphite with Cobra Alley Viper, the red version in the 2002 Wave 2.5 two-pack with Big Ben.
  • in graphite with Cobra Alley Viper, the blue version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Cobra Viper.
This Sten 9mm submachine gun was released:
  • in silver with Lamprey, the original version with the Moray released in 1985, as well as his reissues by mail.
This pistol was released:
  • in dark grey with Updraft, with the Retaliator released in 1990.
  • in neon red with Payload, the green version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in orange-yellow with Mace, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in dark blue with Muskrat, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in light grey with Payload, the blue version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in light grey with Payload, the white version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in black with Sidetrack, in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Shipwreck.
This pistol was released:
  • in light green with Clean-Sweep, on the 1991 Eco-Warriors card.
This grenade launcher was released:
  • in black with Gung Ho, the blue 25th-style version in the 2007 25th Anniversary G.I. Joe five-pack, as well as his reissue on 2007 Wave 4 single card.
  • in black with Gung Ho, the green 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #64 comic two-pack with Cobra Commander.
  • in grey with Skyduster, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
This shotgun I've seen compared to a Franchi I-12 or an Ithaca 37 was released:
  • in green with Flint, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in dark grey with Flint, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
This FAMAS F-1 assault rifle was released:
  • in black with Dusty, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in black with Dusty, the original version on the 1988 single card.
  • in grey with Dusty, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Arise, Serpentor, Arise! DVD pack.
This "comm-scan gun" was released:
  • in black with Tele-Viper, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in black with Python Tele-Viper, on the 1989 single card.
  • in black with Dr. Mindbender, the red Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Dart.
  • in brown with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #6, released in 1988.
  • in silver with Dr. Mindbender, the purple Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Beach Head.
This Uzi was released:
  • in black with Iron Grenadier, the original version on the 1988 single card.
  • in black with Iron Grenadier, the glossy 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #7 two-pack with Destro.
  • in black with Iron Grenadier Officer, the flat black 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
  • in black with Iron Grenadier Trooper, the purple IG in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
  • in black with Iron Grenadier, the glossy 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #86 comic two-pack with Cobra Viper.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in grey with Snake Eyes, the silver crossed-swords version on the 1989 single card.
  • in yellow with Dr. Mindbender, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in yellow with Cobra B.A.A.T., on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in silver with Destro, on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in silver with Snake Eyes, the blue crossed-swords version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Storm Shadow.
  • in silver with Storm Shadow, the white-and-red Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Snake Eyes.
  • in silver with Storm Shadow, the grey-and-red Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Snake Eyes.
  • in silver with Snake Eyes, the black O-ring version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in silver with Snow Wolf, the white version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. v4.
  • in cream-yellow with Lobotomaxx, on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in black with Tomax, in the 2002 Crimson Strike Team convention set (both crimson and fuchsia variants).
  • in black with Xamot, in the 2002 Crimson Strike Team convention set (both crimson and fuchsia variants).
  • in black with Storm Shadow, the dark grey version in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
  • in black with Night Creeper, the grey version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Ninja Trooper.
  • in black with Scarlett, the black Valor vs. Venom version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Grunt, the comic version in the 2004 Marvel #4 three-pack.
  • in black in the Infantry Division six-pack, released in 2005 (not assigned to a specific figure).
  • in black with Tomax, the business-suit version in his 2005 Crimson Guard six-pack.
  • in black with Xamot, the business-suit version in his 2005 Crimson Guard six-pack.
  • in black with Roadblock, in the 2005 Heavy Assault Squad six-pack.
  • in graphite with Cobra C.L.A.W.S., the purple Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Dart.
  • in graphite with Cobra C.L.A.W.S., the Walmart version in the 2004 two-pack with Roadblock.
  • in graphite with Wild Weasel, the red Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 4 two-pack with Gung Ho.
  • in gold with Black Dragon, in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
  • in dark grey with Low-Light, the green version in the 2008 S.W.A.T. convention three-pack.
This handheld Gatling gun was released:
  • in light grey (2 copies) with Rock & Roll, the Gatling version on the 1989 single card.
This "lightweight Chief's assault gun" was released:
  • in red with Spirit, on the 1992 Air Commandos single card.
  • in red with Viper, on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in dark grey with General Mayhem, in the 2005 General Mayhem: M.A.R.S. Invades! convention set.
This MP5K submachine gun was released:
  • in orange with Tracker, on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Duke, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Gung-Ho, on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in black with Clutch, the orange version on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in black with Ozone, the brown version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in black with Ozone, the grey version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in black with Stalker, on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in white with Frostbite, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in gold with Robo-J.O.E., on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in gold with Roadblock, the white version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in gold with Dee-Jay, in the 1993 Arctic Commandos mail-order set.
  • in gold with the Rapid Deployment Force, offered by mail in 1993.
  • in gold with Roadblock, the orange version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in yellow (some purple) with Rock 'n Roll, on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in silver with Ozone, the red version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in dark grey with Gung-Ho, in the 2005 Steel Brigade convention three-pack.
This pistol was released:
  • in purple with Toxo-Viper, the Eco-Warriors version on the 1991 single card.
  • in purple with Sludge Viper, on the 1991 single card.
  • in red with Viper, on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
This laser rifle was released:
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the Battle Commanders version on the 1992 single card.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the hooded version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Chameleon.
This "aerial assault hand rifle" was released:
  • in black with Air Devil, on the 1992 Air Commandos single card.
This "BM-201 short-stock boarding rifle" was released:
  • in white with Cutter, the D.E.F. version on the 1992 single card.
This oversized XM29 OICW battle rifle was released:
  • in black with Flint, the green shirt version in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Black Out.
  • in black with Red Spot, in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Cobra Coils.
  • in black with Switch Gears, the Desert Patrol Squad version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Scarlett.
  • in black with Tunnel Rat, in the 2004 Desert Patrol Squad six-pack.
This SA80 bullpup assault rifle was released:
  • in black (+Sound Attack tab) with Baroness, the Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Flint.
  • in black (+Sound Attack tab, 2 copies) with Cobra Squad Leader, the black mask version in the 2005 Cobra Night Watch six-pack.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in black with the Cobra Night Landing, the original version released in 1985 and reissued by mail in later years.
  • in black with the Night Landing, released in 1997 as part of the Navy S.E.A.L. Mission.
This G3 submachine gun was released:
  • in black with Outback, the original version on the 1987 single card.
  • in black with Outback, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Crazylegs.
  • in black with Outback, the 25th-style version with the FLAK Cannon/Cobra CLAW vehicle set released in 2009.
This laser rifle was released:
  • in orange with Mercer, the bearded version on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Leatherneck, the giraffe-pants version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Low-Light, the yellow version with the Dino-Hunter Mission Playset released in 1993.
  • in bright green with Carcass, on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in dark grey with Grand Slam, in the 2007 Jet Pack Troopers convention 2-pack with Starduster.
  • in dark grey with Starduster, in the 2007 Jet Pack Troopers convention 2-pack with Grand Slam.
This "laser-powered rapid-fire 'burp' machine gun" was released:
  • in black with Destro, the disc launcher version on the 1992 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Headhunter Stormtrooper, the black version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Balrog, on the 1993 Capcom Street Fighter II single card.
  • in black with Destro, the dark red version in the 1997 Cobra Command Team three-pack.
  • in black with Destro, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Fast Blast Viper.
  • in black with Destro, the black-and-blue version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Gung Ho.
  • in black with Destro, the purple-and-blue version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Gung Ho.
  • in black with Zartan, the red Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 2 two-pack with Agent Scarlett, as well as his reissue with 2003 Mission Disc #3.
  • in black with Zartan, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Sgt. Stalker.
  • in black with Skull Buster, in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Heavy Duty.
  • in black with Neo-Viper, the blue O-ring version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Scrap Iron, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #49 three-pack.
  • in orange with Astro Viper, the blue-green version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in dark red with Gristle, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in purple with Blanka, the green version on the 1993 Capcom Street Fighter II single card.
  • in red with Major Bludd, the purple version on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in dark grey with Undertow, the red version in the 2002 Sound Attack eight-pack.
  • in clear with Zartan, the clear 2003 G.I. Joe Collector's Club annual exclusive figure.
This "Z-99 battlefield sidearm" was released:
  • in blue with Barricade, the blue version on the 1992 Wave 2 single card.
  • in blue with Barricade, the orange version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Cutter, the green version with the Shark 9000 released in 1993.
  • in black with Barricade, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
This assault rifle was released:
  • in brown with Sergeant Hacker, in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Scalpel.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the blue helmet version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Switch Gears.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the comic armor version in the 2005 Marvel #76 comic three-pack.
  • in black with G.I. Jane, in the 2006 Viper Lockdown six-pack.
  • in black with Outback, on the 2008 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 4 single card.
  • in bronze with Coil Crusher, the brown-pads version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Wild Bill.
  • in grey with Shipwreck, the green Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Electric E.E.L.
  • in dark grey with Red Dog, in the 2006 Slaughter's Marauders convention three-pack.
  • in dark grey with Zap, in the 2007 Tanks for the Memories convention set.
  • in dark grey with Shockblast, the green version in the 2008 S.W.A.T. convention three-pack.
This submachine gun resembling the KEDR-B was released:
  • in black with Cobra Night Viper, on the 2008 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 4 single card.
This Colt Model 635 submachine gun was released:
  • in black with Hit & Run, on the 1988 single card as well as his Target-exclusive reissue the same year.
  • in black with Roadblock, the recalled version reissued on 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Cross-Country, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Roadblock, the purple version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Snow Serpent, the blue version in the 1993 Arctic Commandos mail-order set.
  • in black with the Rapid Deployment Force, offered by mail in 1993.
  • in black with Flint, on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Shipwreck, the dark grey diver version on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Shipwreck, the light grey diver version in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Sidetrack.
  • in gold with Viper, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
  • in light green with Bazooka, the fishing-hat version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in white with Snow Storm, the orange version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in white with Snow Storm, the blue version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in red with Outback, the blue version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in red with Outback, the green version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in orange with Zangief, on the 1993 Capcom Street Fighter II single card.
  • in cream with Snow Storm, the grey version on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
This Vektor CR-21 assault rifle was released:
  • in graphite with Cobra B.A.T., the 3.0 Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Shipwreck.
  • in black with Cobra B.A.T. II v3.2, the red visor/yellow hole version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. v4.
  • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v4, the blue version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. II.
  • in black with Infantry Division, the white goatee version in the 2005 Heavy Assault Squad six-pack.
This machine gun was released:
  • in brown with Chief Torpedo, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Burn Out.
  • in brown with Recondo, the black version with the Tiger Storm released in 2004.
  • in silver (2 copies) with Pit Viper, the grey version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Night Force Duke, as well as his reissue in the 2004 Battle in a Box set.
  • in black with Gung Ho, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Zarana (both brown and blond hair variants).
  • in black with Dreadnok Thrasher, the red version in the 2004 Dreadnok Drivers convention two-pack with Dreadnok Zanzibar.
  • in black with Double Clutch, the comic version in the 2004 Marvel #3 comic three-pack.
  • in black with Nullifier, the Flak-Viper recolor in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
  • in black with Sergeant Mutt, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
  • in black with Duke, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
  • in black with Gung Ho, the Night Force version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Grunt.
  • in black with Shrage, in the 2005 Marvel #6 comic three-pack.
  • in black in the Infantry Division six-pack, released in 2005 (not assigned to a specific figure).
  • in black with Frag-Viper, the green version in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Night-Viper.
  • in dark grey with Mercer, in the 2006 Slaughter's Marauders convention three-pack.
This Franchi SPAS-12 combat shotgun was released:
  • in black with Destro, the muscle shirt version in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Grunt.
  • in black with Agent Faces, the Crimson Guard version offered by mail in 2003.
  • in black with Destro, the jacketed version in the 2004 Wave 2 two-pack with Kamakura.
  • in black with Zartan, the Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Dusty.
  • in black with the Operation: Avalanche set, released in 2004.
  • in black with Crimson Guard, one each with all three versions in the 2003 Operation Crimson Sabotage set.
  • in black with Destro, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #24 three-pack.
  • in black with Flint, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #74 comic three-pack.
  • in black with Duke, in the 2005 Heavy Assault Squad six-pack.
  • in black with Monkey Wrench, on the 2006 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 3 single card.
  • in black with Cobra Night Watch Trooper, the red-brown-hair version in the 2008 Cobra Night Watch five-pack.
  • in green with Flint, the no-gloves 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 1 single card.
  • in green with Flint, the dirty-boots 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
  • in dark green with Flint, the Tiger Force version on the 2008 Wave 8 single card.
  • in black and brown with Gristle, in the 2008 Cobra Headhunters convention set.
This grenade launcher was released:
  • in black with Gung Ho, the O-ring Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Wave 7 two-pack with Cobra Viper.
  • in black with Viper Guard, in the 2006 Viper Lockdown six-pack.
  • in dark grey with Skull Squad Trooper, in the 2006 Cobra's Most Wanted: Mercenaries! convention set.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in silver with Snake Eyes, the crossed-swords 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 7 single card.
This HK53 compact assault rifle was released:
  • in light grey with Dial-Tone, the original version on the 1986 single card.
  • in light grey with Dial-Tone, the red-pants version in the 1986 Special Mission: Brazil five-pack.
  • in chrome with Super Trooper, offered by mail in 1988 and later years.
  • in black with Dial-Tone, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
  • in black with Alley Viper, the yellow version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Alley Viper, the dark blue version with the Cobra Rage released in 1997.
  • in black with Blowtorch, the brown Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Snow Serpent.
  • in black with Tracker Kwinn, in the 2004 Marvel #2 comic three-pack.
  • in black in the Infantry Division six-pack, released in 2005 (not assigned to a specific figure).
  • in neon green with Rapid-Fire, with the Revenge of the Pharaohs VHS tape released in 1991.
  • in neon yellow with Dial-Tone, on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in orange with Alley Viper, the orange Battle Corps version on the 1994 single card.
  • in silver with General Tomahawk, in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Dial Tone.
  • in dark grey with Coil Trooper, in the 2006 Cobra's Most Wanted: Mercenaries! convention set.
This Claridge Hi-Tec C9 carbine was released:
  • in silver with Taurus, the original version in the 1987 Sgt. Slaughter's Renegades three-pack.
This "laser machine gun" was released:
  • in black with Stalker, the Battle Commanders version on the 1992 single card.
  • in gold with Sergeant Stalker, the Tiger Force version in the 2003 Tiger Force five-pack.
This bullpup-style machine gun was released:
  • in black with Alley Viper, the original version on the 1989 single card.
  • in black with Alley Viper, the yellow version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in orange with Alley Viper, the orange Battle Corps version on the 1994 single card.
This pistol was released:
  • in black with Slythor, on the 2001 Manimals card.
This Armsel Striker 12-gauge shotgun was released:
  • in brown-grey (+Sound Attack tab) with Dart, the green-vest version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Cobra C.L.A.W.S., as well as his reissue in the 2004 Battle in a Box set.
  • in black (+Sound Attack tab) with Dart, the brown-vest version in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Dr. Mindbender.
  • in black with Tele-Viper, the purple Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Sgt. Airborne or Halo Jumper, as well as his reissue in the 2004 Battle in a Box set.
  • in black with Dreadnok Demolishor, in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in black with Tele-Viper, the Python Patrol new-sculpt version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Cobra Viper.
This FN P90 personal defense weapon was released:
  • in brown with Mercenary Wraith, the silver version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
  • in clear blue with Mercenary Wraith, the clear version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
This HK53 compact assault rifle (with a different grip) was released:
  • in grey and black with Dataframe, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #11 two-pack with Beachhead.
  • in grey with Tele-Viper, the grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
This pistol with silencer was released:
  • in light grey with Mercer, the original version in the 1987 Sgt. Slaughter's Renegades three-pack.
This speargun was released:
This machine pistol was released:
  • in light blue with Recoil, on the 1989 single card.
  • in yellow with Beach-Head, the blue version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in yellow with Beach-Head, the yellow version on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
This MAT-49 submachine gun was released:
  • in red-brown with Dusty, the coyote version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Cobra Officer, the Viper recolor in the 1998 Cobra Infantry Team three-pack.
  • in black with Cobra Trooper, the Viper recolor in the 1998 Cobra Infantry Team three-pack.
  • in black with Dial Tone, the olive version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with General Tomahawk.
  • in black with Crossfire, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Double Blast.
  • in black with Duke, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
  • in black with Frostbite, the black-pads Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Neo-Viper.
  • in black with Duke, the yellow Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
  • in black with Frostbite, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Neo-Viper.
  • in black with General Tomahawk, in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Headman.
  • in black with Firefly, the Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Sgt. Stalker.
This rifle was released:
  • in blue with Sky Creeper, on the 1991 Air Commandos single card.
This assault rifle was released:
  • in black and silver with Duke, the tan Resolute version on the 2009 Wave 13 single card.
  • in black and silver with Duke, the grey Resolute version in the 2009 G.I. Joe Resolute five-pack.
This XMLR-1A laser rifle was released:
  • in black with Flash, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in black (with very stiff cord) with Breaker, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
  • in grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
This rifle was released:
  • in red with Golobulus, in the 1987 Cobra-La three-pack.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in red with Snake Eyes, the missile launcher version on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
This rifle was released:
  • in black with General Flagg, the brown-jacket version on the 1992 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with General Flagg, the black-jacket version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in black with Shockwave, the D.E.F. version on the 1992 single card.
  • in black with Sidetrack, in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Shipwreck.
  • in black with Flint, the black shirt version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Baroness.
  • in black with Duke, the O-ring Joe vs. Cobra version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Recondo, the Spy Troops version reissued with 2004 Mission Disc #1.
  • in black with Steeler, the comic version in the 2004 Marvel #5 three-pack.
  • in black with Sergeant Stalker, in the 2004 Desert Patrol Squad six-pack.
  • in black in the Infantry Division six-pack, released in 2005 (not assigned to a specific figure).
  • in black with Sergeant Stalker, in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
  • in black with Backblast, the Avalanche recolor in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
  • in black with Snake Eyes, in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
  • in black with Tommy Arashikage, the Vietnam-era Storm Shadow in the 2006 Marvel #26 comic three-pack.
  • in neon red with Payload, the green version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in orange-yellow with Mace, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in dark blue with Muskrat, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in light grey with Payload, the blue version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in light grey with Payload, the white version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in grey with General Abernathy, the Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 4 two-pack with Over Kill.
  • in dark grey with Clutch, in the 2007 Tanks for the Memories convention set.
This XMLR-1A laser rifle was released:
  • in silver with Sergeant Flash, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 5 single card.
  • in black with Cobra Night Watch Trooper, the dark-brown-hair version in the 2008 Cobra Night Watch five-pack.
This "M-32 Pulverizer" submachine gun was released:
  • in black with Stalker, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in black with Duke, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
  • in black with Duke, with the Silver Mirage released in 1997.
  • in black with Viper, the maroon version with the Flight Pod released in 1997.
  • in black with Stalker, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
  • in black with Duke, the Tiger Force version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
  • in black with Duke, the Valor vs. Venom-style version in the 2009 Greatest Battles DVD pack.
  • in grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
  • in grey with the Transportable Tactical Battle Platform, released in 1985.
  • in light green with Duke, the original version offered by mail in 1983 as well as his reissue on 1984 single card.
This KEDR-B submachine gun was released:
  • in light green with Firefly, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in light green with Firefly, the brown version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Undertow.
  • in red with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #3, released in 1985.
  • in white with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #4, released in 1986.
  • in black with Firefly, the white version in the 1998 Cobra Polar Force three-pack.
  • in black with Destro, the black-and-blue version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Gung Ho.
  • in black with Destro, the purple-and-blue version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Gung Ho.
  • in black with Wreckage, in the 2003 Tiger Force five-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, the Black Dragon version released in the 2003 Firefly convention two-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, the Tiger Force version released in the 2003 Firefly convention two-pack.
  • in black with Flint, in the 2004 Night Force six-pack, as well as his reissue with the G.I. Joe Moray released in 2005.
  • in black with Roadblock, in the 2004 Night Force six-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, the Joe vs. Cobra version reissued with 2004 Mission Disc #3.
  • in black with Firefly, in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, in the 2005 Crimson Guard six-packs.
  • in black with Firefly, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #49 three-pack.
  • in clear with Zartan, the clear the 2003 G.I. Joe Collector's Club annual exclusive figure.
  • in black (+Sound Attack tab) with Firefly, the Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 2 two-pack with Nunchuk.
  • in black (+Sound Attack tab) with Dial Tone, the green-and-black version reissued with the A.W.E. Striker released in 2003.
  • in silver (+Sound Attack tab) with Firefly, the red version in the 2002 Sound Attack eight-pack.
  • in silver (+Sound Attack tab) with Sergeant Hacker, in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Scalpel.
This speargun was released:
  • in black with Eel, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the blue O-ring version in the 2002 Joe vs. Cobra Wave 3 two-pack with Snake Eyes, as well as his reissue with the 2003 Mission Disc #3.
  • in blue with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #6, released in 1988.
  • in silver with Cobra Commander, the black O-ring version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. v3.2.
  • in silver with Dr. Link Talbot, the red version in the 2004 Wave 4 two-pack with Night Creeper.
  • in black and silver with Cobra Eel, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in gold with Voltar, on the 1988 single card as well as his reissue in the Ultimate Enemies two-pack with Muskrat.
  • in black with Dodger, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
  • in black with Crimson Guard Commander, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Swamp-Viper, in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
  • in black with Black Dragon Trooper, in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
  • in yellow with Dr. Mindbender, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in yellow with Cobra B.A.A.T., on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in silver with Cobra Commander, the black hooded version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in silver with Cyber-Viper, on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in silver with Destro, on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in red with Eel, the purple version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in neon yellow with Mega-Viper, on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in cream-yellow with Lobotomaxx, on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
This shotgun was released:
  • in light grey with Rock & Roll, the Gatling version on the 1989 single card.
This machine gun was released:
  • in grey with General Hawk, the flight-pack version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
  • in green with General Hawk, the neon version offered by mail in 1993.
This laser rifle was released:
  • in silver with Sci-Fi, the grey version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card. <
  • in silver with Sci-Fi, the white version with the Starfighter released in 1993.
  • in silver with Sergeant Flash, in the 2007 Tanks for the Memories convention set. li>in silver (with filled-in trigger guard) with Destro, on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in yellow with Dr. Mindbender, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in yellow (with filled-in trigger guard) with Cobra B.A.A.T., on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in neon yellow with Law, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in red with Long Arm, the original version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Guile, the green version on the 1993 Capcom Street Fighter II single card.
  • in black with Laser Viper, the blue version in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Cobra Commander.
  • in black with Neo-Viper, the blue Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Frostbite.
  • in black with Neo-Viper, the white version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Frostbite.
  • in black with Neo-Viper, the blue O-ring version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Iron Grenadier, the black Spy Troops version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in cream-yellow with Lobotomaxx, on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in black (+Sound Attack tab) with Neo-Viper Commander, the Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 2 two-pack with Sgt. Stalker.
  • in black (+Sound Attack tab) with Neo-Viper Commander, the O-ring version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Neo-Viper.
  • in silver (+Sound Attack tab) with Fast Blast Viper, the red version in the 2002 Sound Attack eight-pack.
  • in brown (+Sound Attack tab) with Shock Viper, the red version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Dusty.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in black with Firefly, the comic 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #4 two-pack with Storm Shadow.
  • in black with Cobra Diver, on the 2008 Wave 12 single card.
  • in black with Firefly, the dark grey 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
  • in silver with Scrap-Iron, the grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
This shotgun was released:
  • in black and brown with Flint, the snarling 25th-style version in the 2009 G.I. Joe five-pack.
  • in black and brown with Flint, the dirty-boots 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
This M16A1 assault rifle was released:
  • in black with Grunt, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
  • in grey with the Transportable Tactical Battle Platform, released in 1985.
  • in grey with the Outpost Defender, released in 1986.
  • in dark blue with the Rifle Range Unit, released in 1985 and reissued by mail in later years.
This speargun was released:
  • in grey with Deep Six, the light blue version on the 1989 single card.
  • in black with Dodger, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
  • in black with Deep-Six, the purple version on the 1992 Eco-Warriors card.
  • in gold with Deep Six, the yellow version offered by mail in 1993.
This "AK-88" rifle, which resembles an AKS-74U, was released:
  • in black with Big Bear, the green version on the 1992 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Lieutenant Gorky, the bearded version in the 1998 Oktober Guard three-pack.
  • in black with Thunderwing, with the MOBAT released in 1998 and reissued in 2000.
  • in black with Big Brawler, the original version in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Tripwire.
  • in black with Reservist, offered by mail in 2002.
  • in black with Nunchuk, the Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 2 two-pack with Firefly, as well as his reissue in the 2004 Battle in a Box set.
  • in black with Snake Eyes, the gold crossed-swords version in the 2002 Sound Attack eight-pack.
  • in black with Nunchuk, the Night Force version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Cross Hair.
  • in black with Alpine, the yellow version in the 2004 Wave 2 two-pack with Swamp Rat.
  • in black with Alpine, the Tiger Force version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Cross Hair.
  • in black with Infantry Division, the blond version in the 2005 Heavy Assault Squad six-pack.
  • in black with Ice-Viper, the blue-mask version in the 2007 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Snow Serpent Commander.
  • in silver with Big Brawler, the Spy Troops version with the Gun Station released in 2003.
  • in silver with Cross Hair, the Spy Troops version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in bronze with Agent Jinx, the Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Cobra Slice.
This M4 carbine was released:
  • in graphite with Duke, the O-ring Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Dreadnok Ripper, as well as his reissue with the 2003 Mission Disc #1.
  • in black with Lieutenant Falcon, the jungle camo version in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
  • in black with Grunt, the silver knees/brown straps version in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Destro.
  • in black with Duke, the Night Force version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Pit Viper.
  • in black with Sergeant Stalker, the bright green Joe vs. Cobra version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Beachhead, the silver-vest Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 2 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. v4.
  • in black with Nullifier, the Flak-Viper recolor in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
  • in black with the Operation: Avalanche set, released in 2004.
  • in black with Grunt, the Night Force version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Gung Ho.
  • in black with Beachhead, the brown-vest Valor vs. Venom version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Duke, the camo pants version with the Toys R Us-exclusive Voice FX Duke 12" figure.
  • in black with Crimson Guard, the red-brown hair version in the 2005 Crimson Guard six-packs.
  • in black with Dusty, the Valor vs. Venom version reissued on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
  • in silver with the V.A.M.P. with Twin Battle Gun, released in 2004.
This speargun was released:
  • in black with Torpedo, the original version on the 1983 single card as well as in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in black with Torpedo, the all-black version with the Night Landing released in 1997.
  • in black with Lieutenant Torpedo, the black 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 6 single card.
  • in black with Deep Six, the green 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
  • in black with Lieutenant Torpedo, the yellow 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
  • in bright green with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #3, released in 1985.
  • in silver with Wet Down, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Wet-Suit.
  • in silver with Wet-Suit, the black Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Cobra Moray.
  • in silver with Wet-Suit, the teal Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Cobra Moray.
This plasma rifle was released:
  • in silver with Techno-Viper, the original version on the 1987 single card.
This machine gun was released:
  • in white with Blizzard, the original version on the 1988 single card.
  • in white with Iceberg, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
This SM29 OICW bullpup-style assault rifle was released:
  • in black with Sergeant Mutt, on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 1 single card.
This over/under rifle/shotgun was released:
  • in black with Med Alert, on the 2006 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 3 single card.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in dark grey with Steeler, the brown version released at the 2007 G.I. Joe convention.
This MP40 submachine gun was released:
  • in black with Sergeant Stalker, the medium green 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 3 single card as well as his rare yellow variant.
  • in dark silver with Sergeant Stalker, the dark green 25th-style version in the 2008 Ultimate Battle Pack.
This machine gun/grappling gun was released:
  • in black with Interrogator, the original version with the Cobra Battle Copter released in 1991.
This "nautical spear gun with 3-prong, hull puncturing spear" was released:
  • in neon yellow with Eel, the blue version on the 1992 Wave 2 single card.
This DSR-1 sniper rifle was released:
  • in black with Black Out, in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Flint.
  • in black with Wide Scope, in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. v3.2.
  • in black with Heavy Duty, the grey Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 1 two-pack with Razorclaw.
  • in black with Mutt, the Tiger Force version in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in black with Swamp Rat, the grey-and-green version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Dusty, in the 2004 Desert Patrol Squad six-pack.
  • in dark grey with Major Bludd, in the 2006 Cobra's Most Wanted: Mercenaries! convention set.
  • in dark grey with Low-Light, the green version in the 2008 S.W.A.T. convention three-pack.
This AK-74 assault rifle was released:
  • in grey with Snow Serpent, the blue-buckle 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 9 single card.
  • in grey with Snow Serpent Trooper, the silver-buckle heavy weapons version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
  • in grey with Snow Serpent Officer, in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
  • in grey with Cobra Viper, the elbow-sleeve 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
This AK-47 assault rifle was released:
  • in black with Cobra Officer, the original version on the 1982 single card and with the 1982 Missile Command Headquarters, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release and its reissues by mail.
  • in black with Grunt, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
  • in blue with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #2, released in 1984.
  • in white with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #4, released in 1986.
  • in black or white with Python Trooper, on the 1989 single card.
This M16A1 assault rifle was released:
  • in black with Footloose, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in black with Sneak Peek, the original version on the 1987 single card.
  • in black with Sneak Peek, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Lt. Falcon.
  • in black with Footloose, the Slaughter's Marauders version on the 1989 single card.
This rifle was released:
  • in black with Night-Viper, the original version on the 1989 single card.
  • in purple with Heli-Viper, with the Cobra Battle Copter released in 1992.
  • in dark grey with Iron Grenadier, in the 2005 General Mayhem: M.A.R.S. Invades! convention set.
  • in dark grey with Night-Viper, in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Frag-Viper.
This grenade launcher was released:
  • in black with Range-Viper, the original version on the 1990 single card.
  • in black with Rock Viper, the Range-Viper recolor in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Maj. Bludd.
  • in black with Headman, the yellow version in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Gen. Tomahawk.
  • in black with Scrap Iron, the black version in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
  • in black with Daina, in the 2005 Marvel #6 comic three-pack.
  • in black with Frag-Viper, the green version in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Night-Viper.
  • in black with Range Viper, the tan version in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Flak-Viper.
  • in dark grey with Gung-Ho, in the 2005 Steel Brigade convention three-pack.
This submachine gun resembling an MP5 was released:
  • in pink with Cloudburst, on the 1991 Air Commandos single card.
  • in blue with Keel-Haul, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in blue with Blast-Off, on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in black with Backblast, the green-shirt version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Heavy Duty, on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in black with Countdown, the grey version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in olive with Mirage, the original version on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in red (with filled-in trigger guard) with Duke, on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in yellow with Countdown, the blue version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in grey with Major Altitude, the blue version offered by mail in 1993.
  • in dark grey with Steel Brigade Paratrooper, released at the 2005 G.I. Joe convention.
This machine gun was released:
  • in black (with two holes) with Grunt, the missile launcher version on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Duke, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Gung-Ho, on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in black with Clutch, the orange version on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in black with Ozone, the brown version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in black with Ozone, the grey version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in black with Guile, the green version on the 1993 Capcom Street Fighter II single card.
  • in black with Stalker, on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in white with Frostbite, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in gold with Robo-J.O.E., on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in gold with Roadblock, the white version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in gold with Roadblock, the orange version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in yellow (some purple) with Rock 'n Roll, on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in neon yellow with Law, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in red with Long Arm, the original version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in light green with Effects, on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in silver with Ozone, the red version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
This Benelli M4 Super 90 shotgun was released:
  • in brown with Burn Out, in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Chief Torpedo.
  • in black with Zartan, the purple Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Agent Faces.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the black helmet version in the 2004 Wave 1 two-pack with Duke.
  • in black with Heavy Duty, the grey Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 1 two-pack with Razorclaw.
  • in black with Cobra Commander, the grey helmet version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Duke.
  • in black with Duke, the olive pants version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Tele-Viper, the blue Valor vs. Venom version on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
  • in black with Lieutenant Falcon, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #8 two-pack with Nemesis Immortal.
  • in black with Snow Serpent Trooper, the silver-buckle combat version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
  • in dark grey with Dreadhead Cletus, in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in dark grey with Dreadhead Otis, in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in dark grey with Dreadhead Billy-Bob, in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in dark grey with Dreadhead Joe-Bob, in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in dark grey with Dreadhead Roscoe, in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in dark grey with Dreadhead Vance, in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
This Uzi with folding stock was released:
  • in black with Snake Eyes, the Valor vs. Venom visor version in the 2005 Wave 7 two-pack with Swamp Rat.
  • in black with Chuckles, the sleeveless version in the 2007 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Shipwreck.
  • in dark grey with Major Bludd, in the 2006 Cobra's Most Wanted: Mercenaries! convention set.
This MP5A3 submachine gun was released:
  • in black with Beachhead, the olive 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Beachhead, the dark green 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
This AK-47 assault rifle was released:
This machine gun was released:
  • in black with Red Star, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #6 two-pack with Duke.
This AK-74 assault rifle was released:
  • in grey with Snow Serpent, the original version on the 1985 single card.
This Demro XF-7 Wasp carbine was released:
  • in grey with Beach Head, the original version on the 1986 single card.
  • in dark grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #5, released in 1987.
  • in dark grey with Firefly, the red version in the 2002 Sound Attack eight-pack.
  • in dark grey with Beachhead, the Tiger Force version in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in light grey with Ice Cream Soldier, on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Shock Viper, the blue version in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Serpentor.
  • in black with Firefly, the Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 2 two-pack with Nunchuk.
  • in black with Beach Head, the dark green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Dr. Mindbender.
  • in black with Beachhead, the yellow Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Sand Viper.
  • in black with Lady Jaye, the jungle camo version in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
  • in black with Tunnel Rat, the Spy Troops version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Duke, the O-ring Joe vs. Cobra version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Sergeant Stalker, the lighter comic version in the 2004 Marvel #3 comic three-pack.
  • in black with Daina, in the 2005 Marvel #6 comic three-pack.
  • in black with Lieutenant Gorky, the clean-shaven version in the 2006 Marvel #101 three-pack.
This submachine gun was released:
  • in white with Stalker, the arctic version on the 1989 single card.
This G11 assault rifle was released:
  • in gold with Headman, the black version on the 1992 single card.
  • in gold with Mutt, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
This Dragunov SVU sniper rifle was released:
  • in brown with Recondo, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Iron Grenadier.
  • in black with General Flagg, the comic version in the 2004 Marvel #5 three-pack.
  • in black with Snow Wolf, the grey version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Frostbite.
  • in grey with Range Viper, the removable helmet version on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 2 single card.
This Demro XF-7 Wasp carbine was released:
  • in grey with Beachhead, the bright 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #11 two-pack with Dataframe.
  • in dark brown with Cobra Trooper, the Hazmat version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
  • in silver with Beachhead, the dark green 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
This XM-16 assault rifle was released:
  • in black with Airborne, the original version on the 1983 single card as well as reissues by mail.
  • in light grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #2, released in 1984.
  • in dark blue with the Rifle Range Unit, released in 1985 and reissued by mail in later years.
  • in grey with the Transportable Tactical Battle Platform, released in 1985.
  • in grey with the Outpost Defender, released in 1986.
  • in grey with Steel Brigade, the silver-head version offered by mail in 1987 and later years.
This XMLR-3A laser rifle was released:
  • in black with Snow Job, the original version on the 1983 single card as well as in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in black with Snow Job, in the 1997 Arctic Mission Team three-pack.
  • in black with Whiteout, in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Big Ben.
  • in black with Big Ben, the light brown version in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Cobra Alley Viper.
  • in black with Snake Eyes, the green comic version in the 2004 Marvel #2 three-pack.
  • in black with Double Clutch, the comic version in the 2004 Marvel #3 comic three-pack.
  • in black with Flash, the astronaut version in the 2005 Marvel #8 comic three-pack.
  • in black with Duke, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #24 three-pack.
  • in black with Snake Eyes, in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
  • in black with Mirage, the clear version in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
  • in black with Short-Fuze, the Blizzard recolor in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
  • in black with Snake Eyes, in the 2005 Heavy Assault Squad six-pack.
  • in black with Snow Job, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 5 single card.
  • in black with G.I. Joe Hawk, the olive 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #1 two-pack with Scarlett.
  • in black with Duke, the tan comic version in the 2008 Marvel #24 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
  • in black with Duke, the light green version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
  • in black with G.I. Joe Hawk, the staff uniform 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
  • in black with Cobra Night Watch Officer, in the 2008 Cobra Night Watch five-pack.
  • in black with G.I. Joe Trooper, one each with all four versions in the 2008 Firefly vs. G.I. Joe Troopers five pack.
  • in black with Snake Eyes, the purple 25th-style visor version in the 2008 The Pyramid of Darkness DVD pack.
  • in black with Duke, the mustard-shirt version in the 2008 G.I. Joe: The Movie DVD pack.
  • in black with Alpine, the 25th-style version in the 2008 G.I. Joe: The Movie DVD pack.
  • in black with Snake Eyes, the light-bandolier visor version in the 2009 G.I. Joe five-pack.
  • in black with Lady Jaye, the light-haired 25th-style version in the 2009 G.I. Joe five-pack.
  • in black with Flint, the snarling 25th-style version in the 2009 G.I. Joe five-pack.
  • in light grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #2, released in 1984.
  • in dark blue with the Rifle Range Unit, released in 1985 and reissued by mail in later years.
  • in grey with the Transportable Tactical Battle Platform, released in 1985.
  • in graphite with Big Ben, the blue version in the 2002 Wave 2.5 two-pack with Cobra Alley Viper.
  • in silver with Duke, the white-shirt version on the 2008 Wave 7 single card.
  • in brown with Snake Eyes, the radioactive version in the 2008 The M.A.S.S. Device DVD pack.
  • in brown with Sergeant Stalker, the yellow-green 25th-style version in the 2008 The M.A.S.S. Device DVD pack.
  • in brown with Dusty, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Arise, Serpentor, Arise! DVD pack.
This Benelli M4 Super 90 shotgun was released:
  • in black with Muskrat, the original version on the 1988 single card as well as his reissue in the Ultimate Enemies two-pack with Voltar.
  • in black with Muskrat, the Night Force version in the 1989 two-pack with Spearhead.
  • in black with Duke, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Gung-Ho, on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in black with Clutch, the orange version on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in black with Ozone, the brown version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in black with Ozone, the grey version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in black with Stalker, on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in white with Frostbite, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in gold with Robo-J.O.E., on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in gold with Roadblock, the white version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in gold with Roadblock, the orange version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in yellow (some purple) with Rock 'n Roll, on the 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech card.
  • in silver with Ozone, the red version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in gold (+Sound Attack tab) with Dr. Mindbender, the purple Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Beach Head.
  • in silver (+Sound Attack tab) with Recondo, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Iron Grenadier.
  • in black (+Sound Attack tab) with Dr. Mindbender, the red Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Dart.
This grenade launcher was released:
  • in grey with Hardball, on the 1988 single card.
  • in black with Dial-Tone, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
This M16 assault rifle with M203 grenade launcher was released:
  • in black with Duke, in the 2007 25th Anniversary G.I. Joe five-pack, as well as his reissue on 2007 Wave 4 single card.
  • in black with Grunt, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
  • in black with Copperhead, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #5 two-pack with Shipwreck.
  • in grey with Leatherneck, the 25th-style version with the tan A.W.E. Striker released in 2008.
This 30 cal. rapid-fire machine gun was released:
  • in dark grey with the MANTA, offered by mail in 1983 and later years.
This HK USC submachine gun was released:
  • in black with Bombstrike, in the 2005 Wave 7 two-pack with Croc Master.
  • in black with Crimson Guard, on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Baroness, the wavy-hair version in the 2007 25th Anniversary Cobra five-pack.
  • in black with Baroness, the blue 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 8 single card.
  • in black with Baroness, the silver-lined version in the 2009 Cobra five-pack.
  • in dark grey with Taurus, in the 2006 Slaughter's Marauders convention three-pack.

 

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